December 2, 2016

Hot and Rainy Summer Reading List

Between working full time, spending time with family and writing this blog, there’s little time for much else.  But summer is still the perfect time to catch up so I’m making my way slowly through the reading list.  I’ll be posting reviews on some of these books sometime, but for now I thought I’d share what’s on my shelf for those weekend days when it’s either too hot or too rainy to venture outside.

Non-fiction

Without Rule of Law by Joe Nobody

 

 

 

The Survival Doctor’s Guide to Burns: What to Do When There Is No Doctor by James Hubbard, MD- Kindle e-book*

 

 

 

The Survival Doctor’s Guide to Wounds: What to Do When There Is No Doctor by James Hubbard, MD- Kindle e-book*

 

 

 

The Prepper Next Door by Charlie Palmer

 

 

 

Fiction

Holding Their Own II: The Independents  also by Joe Nobody

 

 

 

The Pulse by Scott B. Williams

 

 

 

The Western Front (Part 1) by Archer Garrett  Kindle e-book*

 

 

 

* I don’t own a Kindle but was delighted to find out you can download e-books to your PC.

What’s in YOUR  reading list?  Happy summer reading!

 

 

 

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4 Comments on Hot and Rainy Summer Reading List

  1. I’m rereading one of my favorites: Passport to Survival by Esther Dickey, written in 1969. She discusses the four main survival foods that are easy to store plus 40 more. She also teaches you how to use wheat/salt/powdered milk/honey to make food good enough to WANT to eat. There’s more to the book than just food. She also provides lists of other items necessary for surviving.

    • Hey Whatifitstoday, I had not read that one, and it sounds like a classic. I will add to my list. Thanks!

  2. Thanks for giving my book a mention on your blog; I should be finishing Part 3 of The Western Front in the next week or so. Look me up whenever you are ready to give it a read and I will send you a copy of the full series.

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